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Old 05-14-2013, 03:06 PM   #1
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Old 05-14-2013, 09:33 PM   #2
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Ditch the Bulldozer CPU and go with the Piledriver. You can keep anything else the same.

While it is not necessary, I would go with a board that has a 700 series chipset.
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Why exactly should I ditch it and what is the difference?
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I personally favor Intel Navida. but AMD ATI does good on a budget. Looks like a good build though. but I would try to push a little higher on the CPU. a quad is nice. but this day in age it's not going to be enough for long. meaning new games are going to come out and you wont have it for very long before it's not really doing the trick. if you're building a computer. take the time and save some money and make a good build. it's not like you're doing it once a week you know.
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Yea I get ya thanks
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Why exactly should I ditch it and what is the difference?
The price isn't much different. The Piledriver is a more efficient architecture and is faster.
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